Have you seen the just-released #hallelujah videos yet? The LDS Church posted this special Easter content yesterday, March 13, 2016. Included in this inspiring media campaign are three videos (including an amazing virtual Hallelujah chorus with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, an Easter Week interactive graphic and animated GIF images for sharing during Easter week.
And, to go along with all the Church’s special content, I’ve updated my Easter Booklet for you!
This is the sixth post in my series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down a bit for a list of all the posts in this series.)
I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign. Over the few weeks, I will share more fabulous Easter content with you from myself as well as some amazing bloggers.
The goal of these posts will be to help you celebrate the Easter season and promote the Church’s special content.
I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me by using these projects, sharing the Church’s Easter content, and posting and sharing photos on social media of how you utilize all these Easter projects and using the #hallelujah tag.
Don’t miss a post or project in this series! Follow this blog (link in the right-hand column.)
Here’s a list of all the posts in this series so far:
- #hallelujah Easter Posters
- #hallelujah Empty Tomb Cookies Recipe and Activity Guide
- #hallelujah Nested Envelopes by Heidi Swapp
- #hallelujah Three Easter Projects from Melissa Esplin
- #hallelujah French Toast Easter Bake Recipe & Activity from My Computer Is My Canvas
- #hallelujah Easter Week Advent Activities from Sugar Bee Crafts
- #Hallelujah Inspiring Easter Decor from Paging Supermom
- #hallelujah 3×4-inch Pocket Scrapbooking Cards from Persnickety Prints
Each of the three new videos would be perfect for a YW/YM or Sunday School Easter lesson. Or, for family home evening and sharing on social media.
And, you can also use the Chruch’s interactive Easter Week activity as a great addition to you’re family’s Easter celebrations.
And, don’t forget to share the #hallelujah World’s Largest Virtual Choir video with all your friends!
To help you all with your Easter activities, I’ve updated and improved my Easter Booklet.
Now, I’ve got TWO sizes: 8 1/2 x 11 and A4 (for my international friends!)
Plus, I’ve added page numbers, included assembly instructions and the option to print the pages flat (not double-sided) in case you don’t like messing with your printer!
The download includes both PDF and JPEG files in both sizes for you as well as for booklet or flat (one-sided) printing options, too.
This booklet is a wonderful way to bring Christ into your Easter lessons and activities. You can download the updated version below.
And, pop on by over the next week or so (or follow to this blog) so you don’t miss out on more great Easter projects to come!
You can download my Updated Easter Booklet (8.5×11 & A4) here.
Please note, my downloads are for noncommercial personal or Church use only.
You will need to unzip the download before you can access the files.
Please don’t share electronic copies of my files.
See you soon for more #hallelujah.
8 thoughts on “#Hallelujah Easter Videos & Updated Easter Thoughts & Inspiration Booklet”
I love you booklet and I would like to use with the young women in my Ward in Sao Paulo Brazil. It is possible to have in portuguese or in blank than I can add the words?
What paper size do you need? I can probably make one for you with no words so you can add them in your language.
Hi,I love this booklet & plan on using it for my Course 13 Sunday School class this week to prepare them for Easter. When I print it back to back & then fold it into a booklet the page numbers no longer match in order. Am I doing something wrong or do you have another version? Thanks!Rebecca
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2016 13:07:59 +0000 To: email@example.com
Oh, dear. Let me go look 🙂
I just printed the back-to-back version (hrotm_easter booklet) of the booklet and the pages are in order for me. The pages in the “hrotm_easter booklet_flat print” file are also in order. Which file are you printing back-to-back? You should be doing that with the hrotm_easter booklet file, not the “hrotm_easter booklet_flat print” file, which is not meant to be printed back-to back, but rather on just one side of the paper and then stacked together. The other file is arranged so that when it is printed back to back and folded, the pages are in the right order. Also, you may want to check your printer settings to see that it is orientating the pages printed on the back in the right way. I hope this helps. If not, please let me know.
P.S. When you click the “print on both sides of the paper” box in the Print dialog box in Adobe Reader, be sure to check “flip on short edge” radio button. This will ensure the pages are printed in the correct orientation.
Yes, you were right I was using the wrong version to print back to back! Crazy me! Thanks so much! I LOVE everything you do & are so thankful you are willing to share your talent! Happy Easter!!
Yay! I am so glad we figured it out 🙂 Happy Easter to you!